San Diego County
Situated in Southern California, San Diego is a port city with a mild, sunny climate year-round.
The County of San Diego (COSD) Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) provides vital health and social services to over 3.3 million residents across 18 cities, 18 federally recognized tribal reservations, 16 major naval and military installations, and 64 unincorporated areas. More than one in every three county residents is a direct recipient of their services each year, emphasizing HHSA’s critical role in ensuring the health and well-being of the region.
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Wilma J. Wooten, MD, MPH
Public Health Officer, County of San Diego Health and Human Services AgencyRead Bio San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency
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